DST Spark Seed Grant Opportunity

April 6, 2022

Funding up to $150,000 for one year to early/mid-career tenure track assistant professors to pursue new directions and ideas that would otherwise be difficult to fund from other sources

Rubinstein will deliver the 2022 Nelson W. Taylor Lecture on “Advances in Polymer Physics” at Penn State

April 1, 2022

Professor Rubinstein was selected for the prestigious 2022 Nelson W. Taylor Award by the Penn State University Department of Materials Science and Engineering and is being honored for “outstanding achievements and contributions in the field of materials science.”

Michael Rubinstein

2022 MEDx Entrepreneurship Workshops Return

March 31, 2022

Workshops will take place on select Saturdays in-person on Duke's campus


Biometric data from smartwatches might predict COVID-19

March 28, 2022

MEDx investigator, Jessilyn Dunn, and the CoVIdentify study highlighted in recent Drug Discovery News


TechConnect: Medical Innovation Challenge

March 23, 2022

Apply Today! Finalists will pitch to win a piece of the prize pool at TechConnect World Innovation Conference in Washington, D.C., June 13-15, 2022

Medical Innovation Challenge

Segura Lab Member, Katrina Wilson, receives Dean's Award for Excellence in Mentoring

March 23, 2022

Katrina Wilson is a PhD candidate in biomedical engineering and a Duke University graduate student

Katrina Wilson

Kathy Nightingale Receives Joseph H. Holmes Basic Science Pioneer Award

March 22, 2022

Congratulations to MEDx affiliated faculty member, Dr. Nightingale

Kathy Nightingale headshot

Kumar wins audience choice selection in Envisioning the Invisible Image Contest

March 21, 2022

Vardhman Kumar is a PhD student working in Shyni Varghese's Lab, who is a MEDx Investigator


Watch: "Nurturing Nature: Improving Health with Biomaterials"

March 15, 2022

MEDx collaborations highlighted in recent Material Science: Designing a Better World presentation! Speakers included MEDx investigator, Tatiana Segura, and Matt Becker, who discusses a MEDx funded project.

Watch: Duke Science and Technology's "A Stroke Healing Gel"

March 3, 2022

MEDx investigator, Tatiana Segura, has developed a novel gel to provide a revolutionary treatment for stroke patients, promoting brain tissue regeneration.

Tatiana Segura